On 11/28/2012 11:34 AM, Gianluca Cecchi wrote:
I currently have in place a CentOS 6.3 based rhcs cluster composed by
There are several VMs configured as services in RHCS.
I would like to migrate and test oVirt and get some suggestions.
I originally planned to converto to F17 based oVirt 3.1 nodes, but now
I see that there are builds for CentOS 6.3 too.
So what are your suggestions? Can I post bugzillas and ask questions
if I try CentOS 6 instead of F17?
you can, but since the .el6 rpms are maintained outside of the ovirt
site/process, we don't always know if a patch is in a specific version, etc.
Is this repo generally kept in sync with F17 based one?
that's a question for its maintainer (actually, i think it contains more
backports than the f17 one)
I would like then to setup a sort of "production ready"
infra for a
small non profit organization.
Another question: what would be the best workflow to migrate these
Qemu/KVM virtual machines I have to an oVirt based infra?
Can I export in some OVF way and then import in oVirt?
I see that irt-v2v in my CentOS 6 has libvirt and rhev as export methods.
I don't know if rhev is suitable for oVirt too...
as rhev is the downstream of ovirt, usually they are close enough.
Currently my installed versions on CentOS 6.3 systems are:
Thanks in advance,
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